Bloomsbury and Beyond: The Friends and Enemies of Roy Campbell

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HarperCollins, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 340 pages
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The Bloomsbury set, passionate, unconventional and daring, have passed into literary legend. The life of Roy Campbell, best friend and bitter enemy to many in the group, reveals many of the contradictions and paradoxes behind their stormy relationships.

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Although James Dickey once expressed his great admiration for Roy Campbell by naming an airplane The Flaming Terrapin after his first poem, Campbell's life and work is now largely forgotten. In ... Read full review

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